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The Projector Plus: Movies On Demand

With The Projector Plus, we bring The Projector experience right to the comforts of your own home. Wherever you are, whenever you want. Simply pick a movie, create or log in to your P+ account, rent and watch the film within 48 hours - all from your couch. Make it a night with some grilled cheese sandwiches and Projector craft brews from Intermission Bar delivered right to your doorstep.

It's a work in progress. Give it a go and let us know what you think!

All movies are currently at a promotional price of $10 per movie (until further notice). This streaming service is only available for Singapore-based viewers.

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Watch for FREE for 1 day only on 10 October 0001hrs to 2359hrs

How can structures, which take up defined, rigid portions of space, make us feel transcendence? How can chapels turn into places of introspection? How can walls grant boundless freedom? Director Schaub explores with architects and artists the magic and transcendence of sacred spaces.

Presented with the support of Embassy of Switzerland in Singapore

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

Two different families spend their holidays in the same house by the seaside: the aristocratic Castelvecchios, open-minded, eccentric, but quite selfish, and the working-class Petagnas, tight-knit and united around conservative values. These two families collide when it's announced that the patriarchs, Tony and Carlo, plan to wed! The unexpected announcement will turn each family upside down.

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Nominated for 10 Césars, including Best Film, this deliciously deadpan comic soufflé from the directors of The Intouchables concerns the behind-the-scenes planning of an elaborate wedding. Max (Jean-Pierre Bacri) is a veteran event coordinator who thinks he’s seen it all—until he must pull off a spectacular wedding at an 18th-century chateau (complete with waitstaff in powdered wigs).

DocumentariesQueer Cinema

Changing The GameM18

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15 Aug to 15 Sep 2020

This intimate story takes us into the lives of three high school athletes from across the US - all at different stages of their athletic seasons, each sharing their lives as transgender teens, while also challenging the boundaries and perceptions of fairness and discrimination.

Our main character, Mack Beggs, made headlines in 2018 when he became the Texas State Champion in girls wrestling -- as a boy.

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Based on a true story of a brave, resourceful young girl who leads a small band of orphans through Nazi-occupied France. A gripping and moving coming-of-age drama bristling with suspense and poignancy.

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Available to rent from 17 Sep till 4 Oct

With the death of her husband and the absence of her son, Esmeralda has lost her interest in life until an adorable piglet trots into her world.

DocumentariesQueer Cinema

Genderblend (Genderbende)R21

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15 Aug to 15 Nov 2020

A story about five young people who who don’t hold much for the binaries of sex and gender and find themselves in an in-between world. They all have their own struggles, but together they create and share compelling stories of their dreams, wishes, contradictions and acceptance.

DramaThriller

Haemoo (Sea Fog) M18

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Co-written and produced by Bong Joon Ho (Director of PARASITE, SNOWPIERCER and THE HOST).

A gripping nautical thriller based on a true tale where a fishing-boat crew takes on a dangerous commission to smuggle a group of illegal immigrants from China to Korea.

Documentaries

HoneylandPG13

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2020 Oscar nominee for Best Documentary Feature & Best International Film

The last female bee-hunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her land and threaten her livelihood.

Comedy

Kidz (Figli)M18

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

Sara and Nicola are expecting their second son. Through the late Mattia Torre's sharp look, all the joys and sorrows of being a parent in modern day Italy are unraveled in an absolutely brilliant and witty way.

DramaRomance

Martin EdenNC16

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

When Martin falls in love with wealthy and well-educated Elena, he is caught between his dreams of rising above his humble origins to become a writer, his love for the woman he hopes to marry and his political reawakening that leads to a conflict with her bourgeois family.

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After losing his mother, a young boy is sent to a foster home with other orphans his age where he begins to learn the meaning of trust and true love.

Screenplay by Céline Sciamma (Girlhood, Portrait of a Lady on Fire)

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Director Dominik Moll’s engrossing, nonlinear mystery thriller, where five characters on two continents play a role in the death of one woman.

DramaRomance

PHOTOGRAPHPG

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20 Aug to 20 Nov 2020

A struggling Mumbai street photographer pressured to marry by his grandmother convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée during a family visit. The pair develop a connection that transforms them in ways they could not expect.

By Ritesh Batra, director of The Lunchbox

DramaQueer CinemaRomance

Song LangNC16

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now from 28 Aug to 28 Sep

Set in a richly imagined 1980s Saigon, Song Lang is a gritty underworld noir hiding a tender, romantic heart. An unlikely bond forms between an underground debt collector and a Cai Luong Vietnamese folk opera performer. With intricate costumes, set designs and Wong Kar-wai aesthetics, this feature debut by director Leon Le delivers a beautifully performed story of soul-wracking regret and aching love, set against the backdrop of a gorgeous, fading art form.

If you missed it, you can still watch the Facebook live virtual Q&A with Song Lang's Director Leon Le and lead actor Lien Binh Phat (who plays Dung 'Thunderbolt') HERE__

ComedyQueer CinemaRomance

Straight UpR21

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15 Aug to 15 Nov 2020

On SUNDAY 30 AUGUST, 2.00pm - Don't miss the Facebook Live Virtual Q&A with Straight Up Writer-Director James Sweeney.

He might be gay. She might not care.

This romcom switches up the usual trope - gay twenty something Todd has found his intellectual and emotional soulmate... in a girl. Not that she minds, sex is off the table as they build their relationship but Rory's own set of insecurities leaves her wondering if he is the The One.

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New York Film Critics Award - Best Actress

Obama's Film Pick for 2018s

The general manager at a highway-side “sports bar with curves” has her incurable optimism and faith–in her girls, her customers, and herself–tested over the course of a long, strange day.

CrimeDramaThriller

The InsultPG13

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24 Sep to 24 Dec 2020

Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film

Words change everything.

A spat between two men boils over into a nationwide outrage. Set in Lebanon, Tony, a Lebanese Christian, and Yasser, a Palestinian refugee, get into argument over renovations, until Tony's insult leads to an altercation. Bones were broken, and lawsuits ensue. But what comes next would make the Everitt Road saga look like Mister Rogers' Neighbourhood.

BiographyDocumentaries

The Last Artisan PG

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Dismembered limbs. Topless mermaids. Crabs with human heads. These Chinese folklore-themed statues, in all their surreal, grotesque glory, are seared into the minds of visitors to Singapore’s Haw Par Villa. But no one knows them as well as Teo Veoh Seng. Decades ago, he started out as an apprentice at the park, which opened in the 1930s; now, at 83, Teo has finally decided to retire. Though his successors prepare for his departure, what will be lost when the master craftsman steps down?

DramaRomance

The LunchboxPG

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A mistaken lunchbox delivery connects Ila, a neglected housewife to Saajan (Irrfhan Khan), a lonely man on the verge of retirement. Through their exchanged notes, they develop an unexpected relationship.

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

A Sardinian fisherman has promised the moon to a woman.

And Sardinian men always keep their promises.

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A determined young Saudi doctor's surprise run for office in the local city elections sweeps up her family and community as they struggle to accept their town's first female candidate.

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Palme d’Or winner Kore-eda’s follow-up to the wildly successful Shoplifters is another masterful family drama surrounding prima donna actress Fabienne (Catherine Deneueve), whose newly published memoirs are challenged by her daughter (Juliette Binoche). Feat Mr. Worldwide Indie King Ethan Hawke.

BiographyCrimeDrama

The Traitor (Il traditore)M18

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

Cannes 2019 Palme d'Or Nominee

"Show-stopping! A big, bold true-crime gangster movie" - The Guardian

The real life story of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "boss of the two worlds," the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s, and the man who brought down the mafia...

Documentaries

TOMORROW (Demain) PG

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26 Sep 0001hrs to 27 Sep 2359hrs

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The world"s climate is changing. Instead of showing the worst that can happen, Tomorrow focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their actions.

Meet pioneers who are re-inventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education; offering constructive solutions to act on a local level to make a difference on a global level. Tomorrow is not just a film, it is the beginning of a movement seeking to encourage local communities around the world to change the way they live for the sake of our planet.

Presented with the support of the Embassy of France in Singapore

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31 July to 30 Sep 2020

In the South of Italy, two adolescents, abused and damaged by life - Anna, whose father has been murdered and Basim, an immigrant orphan - try to regain their lost innocence and escape together towards a new start.

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25 Sep to 08 Oct 2020

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What does it mean to live in the city without a place you can call your own? What role can architects have in addressing homelessness? And how can cities become a better home for all?

The film explores how architects are confronting the pressing issue of homelessness in Los Angeles and Vienna, and the roles they can play in overcoming the stigmatisation of people experiencing it, in order to build more inclusive cities.

Presented with the support of Canadian Centre for Architecture

Please note the film's duration is 30 minutes